Question The bottleneck to end all bottlenecks.

Mar 20, 2019
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Hey all,

I've had an old system for some time (GTX 950, i5 2400, etc), but was recently given a second hand GTX 2060 from a mate who just did a complete overhaul.

He has a lot more money than I, and as such, I cannot afford to upgrade the CPU/MTB at the moment.

I'm just wondering, if I was to try and use the 2400 with the 2600, would it be feasible on lower-mid settings for new/AAA games?

Also, what would be a good CPU to pair with it, once I do have enough cash.

Thanks everyone!
 

JaSoN_cRuZe

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Your CPU will bottleneck your GPU heavily, so that GPU will eventually die from waiting for commands from CPU :LOL:

Use this thread for reference.
Bottle necking

It must be RTX 2060 and not GTX 2060, if so it's a capable 1440p card and needs a 6 core CPU as minimum in today's standard.

i5 9400/Ryzen 2600x would be a decent upgrade.

i5 9600K & 2700X would be the ideal upgrade.
 

RobCrezz

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Your CPU will bottleneck your GPU heavily, so that GPU will eventually die from waiting for commands from CPU :LOL:

Use this thread for reference.
Bottle necking

It must be RTX 2060 and not GTX 2060, if so it's a capable 1440p card and needs a 6 core CPU as minimum in today's standard.

i5 9400/Ryzen 2600x would be a decent upgrade.

i5 9600K & 2700X would be the ideal upgrade.
What? doesnt need a 6 core cpu.
 

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